For centuries the picturesque working fishing port of Brixham has admired and loved by all who visit her. At the quayside the trawlers unload their catches, mostly destined for top restaurants in London and on the Continent, but the best is bought by the local restaurants for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Meander through the winding streets that rise steeply from the harbour to obtain some of the best photo points you could wish for.
After all that exercise what could be better than taking a seat at a friendly café or restaurant and ordering a mouth-watering Devon Cream Tea, or a delicious Brixham Crab Salad...
Once refreshed how about a lovely coastal walk exploring taking in our famous outdoor swimming pool situated just passed our lifeboat station or take a stroll to Brixham Museum and the Smugglers and Pirates Experience, both will give you a great insight into Brixham heritage, life and shady past!
For all you land lubbers now is the time to try out yours sea legs with one of the great boat trips that leave from the harbour. Locals tip, in the summer leave the car behind and take the ferries to Paignton and Torquay.
Come the evening Brixham harbour has a gentle buzz with couples strolling in the warm evening air, family’s trying their luck at crabbing over the harbour walls and the sounds of music from Jazz to our town band playing under the Old Fish Quay.
To visit Brixham is truly warm and welcoming experience, come and see for yourself.